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Gaspard Koenig

Gaspard Koenig

Gaspard Koenig is a French liberal author and politician.

A liberal case for a preemptive and orderly default on French sovereign debt

12 June 2013 - Europe

Gaspard Koenig is a French liberal author and politician. The first meeting of his French think tank 'Génération Libre', took place at the Centre for Policy Studies late last year. In this guest post, Gaspard writes on the conclusions and recommendations of GL's first report. You can follow him on Twitter @gaspard2012.The issue of public ...

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The French Central Bank Governor is right, but he needs to be able to practice what he preaches

04 June 2013 - Europe

Gaspard Koenig is a French liberal author and politician. The first meeting of his French think tank 'Génération Libre', took place at the Centre for Policy Studies late last year. You can follow him on Twitter @gaspard2012. In his annual letter to the French President sent on the 27th of May, Christian Noyer, ...

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Génération Libre

28 November 2012 - Europe

Gaspard Koenig is a French liberal author and politician. The first meeting of his French think tank 'Génération Libre', which launches in the New Year, took place at the Centre for Policy Studies earlier this month. You can follow him on Twitter @gaspard2012. French people are famous for endless debates and arguments. Any foreigner ...

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The French 2013 budget: the Danaids’ jar and the Pigeons

02 October 2012 - Europe

Gaspard Koenig is a French liberal author and politician. He is currently working in London for the EBRD (European Bank for Reconstruction and Development). He recently ran a liberal campaign in London in a Parliamentary election for French living abroad. You can follow him on Twitter @gaspard2012.The French press and main ...

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Hollande's first 100 days: the swan song of the Welfare State

21 August 2012 - Europe

French author Gaspard Koenig blogs on President Holland's first 100 days in charge and concludes the Socialist leader's policies all stem from a single rigorous point of doctrine: the political will can and should tame, and even replace, intrinsically evil markets.For a long time I couldn’t fully conceive how Hollande, a ...

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